How do I create a PDF of a tax return



(A) Using ProFile T1 Basic:

1.  Go to the “Options” drop-down menu and choose “Form Selection”.
2.  In the Form Selection window, locate the form selection details, and you will see the option to “Archive these sets (PDF)”.
3.  Select which print set you wish to PDF. ProFile defaults copy 1 as the file copy, copy 2 as the client copy, and copy 3 as the CRA copy.
4.  By making a selection and clicking OK at the bottom of the window a PDF copy will be saved when you print the tax file.

(B) Using ProFile T1 Premier:

1.  Open the 2011 T1 return in ProFile.
2.  Click on "File" and select "Print/Email PDF" to display "2011 T1 eReview Print Selection" dialog.
3.  Click on "Build PDF" radio button to create PDF.

The PDF copy will be located along side the tax file with the same name and the extension “.PDF”. ProFile defaults the location of the tax and PDF as My Documents - My ProFile Data - 2011T1. Unless you have changed the file path this is where you will locate the PDF copy of the return.

You can then attach the PDF file to an e-mail as you would any other file.

Hope the above helps.
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